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As broadcast on May 21, 2011 at 0130 UTC on the frequency of 920 khz, Grosse Pointe Gardens is a remote broadcast program of pirate radio station Grosse Pointe A.M. radio which operates every Saturday night in the Grosse Pointe area, which is a suburb of Detroit, MI. Audio of this radio broadcast was taken directly off of a vintage 1950's Collins R-388 permeably tuned superhetrodyn receiver. The announcer with his vast knowledge of 1940's swing bands, takes the radio listener on a musical...
Topics: pirate radio, Grosse Pointe A.M. Radio, Grosse Pointe Gardens
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As broadcast on January 7, 2012 at 0230 UTC on the frequency of 920 khz, Grosse Pointe Gardens is a remote broadcast program of pirate radio station Grosse Pointe A.M. radio which operates every Saturday night in the Grosse Pointe area, which is a suburb of Detroit, MI. Audio of this radio broadcast was taken directly off of a vintage 1950's Collins R-388 permeably tuned superhetrodyn receiver. The announcer with his vast knowledge of 1940's swing bands, takes the radio listener on a musical...
Topics: pirate, radio, AM, 920kHz, Grosse, Pointe, AM, Radio, gradens
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As broadcast on July 14, 2012 at 0130 UTC on the frequency of 920 khz, Grosse Pointe Gardens is a remote broadcast program of pirate radio station Grosse Pointe A.M. radio which operates every Saturday night in the Grosse Pointe area, which is a suburb of Detroit, MI. Audio of this radio broadcast was taken directly off of a vintage 1950's Collins R-388 permeably tuned superhetrodyn receiver. The announcer with his vast knowledge of 1940's swing bands, takes the radio listener on a musical...
Topics: pirate radio, grosse pointe am radio, grosse pointe pirate, am pirate
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This is a vintage reel to reel recording from the early to mid 1960's of the Win.D.net which is a acronym for "Windsor and Detroit Network". This is a amateur radio network of hams that congregated on the frequency of 28.800 mHz which is in the 10 meter shortwave band. The audio recordings you hear was taken directly off of one of the Win.Dy net members receiver. I digitized this audio in 2006
Topics: old, reel, to, reel, recordings, detroit, windsor, amateur, radio, vintage, windy, net, 10, meters,...